Appart Hotel Du Parc

Address: Allee de Charlary, Rouffiac-Tolosan, Midi-Pyrénées, 31180, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Allee de Charlary, Rouffiac-Tolosan, is near Museum of Toulouse / Museum of Natural History / Botanical Gardens, Theatre du Capitole, La Fontaine de Vaucluse, and Le Fil a Plomb.
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      Travel Blogs from Rouffiac-Tolosan

      Up Up and Away

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jan 22, 2015

      34 photos

      ... theatres which are used as classrooms for schools visiting the museum. The museum built on what we have been learning over the past few days and provided an excellent opportunity for Kate and Roy to actually read first hand accounts of the actions of the Resistance fighters such as smuggling allied soldiers over the Pyrenees Mountains into Spain, and has left us all wanting to learn more.
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      Back to Montauban

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jan 21, 2015

      10 photos

      ... an adult. We felt the children were mature enough to handle the exhibits as they did in Berlin where they were also confronted with some very graphic images.

      The museum is entirely written in French however thanks to a wonderful App 'word lens' we were able to translate the writing into English. The translation may not have been perfect but it was good enough to give us a fair indication of what had occurred. Kate and ...

      Gers here we come

      A travel blog entry by hadwin on Jan 15, 2015

      1 photo

      ... and Fulham although there are distinctly less men called Tarquin with their Rugger shirt collars turned up and bizarrely less large four wheel drive cars. The area looks quite like England with deciduous trees and rolling farmland but is much more open as there are less walls and hedges and the villages are mainly Bastides - fortified medieval towns build mostly in the thirteenth and fourteenth century.

      There is a huge pride ...

      Day in the Pink City

      A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Jan 13, 2015

      1 comment, 25 photos

      ... largest in France, however it is expected to become the third largest at the time of the next Census. When you first lay eyes on the buildings in the centre of the city it is immediately clear why this city is known as the pink city, the colours of the pink brick stands out and makes a nice change to the normal concrete and glass cities we have back home.

      We met Christophe and Bastien in the town square known as the Place ...

      Canal du Midi

      A travel blog entry by madamelily on Sep 19, 2014

      10 photos

      ... functionality of the boat. We limped on to Trèbes, a charming port town, and we contacted Locaboat. A mechanic from Le Boat looked at the engine, and we thought it might be fixed, but the noise continued, and we were afraid our trip might be over. Locaboat said they would send someone in the morning, but we weren't optimistic about being able to continue.

      We had delicious seafood salads ...